Grateful Dead Live at Raceway Park on 1977-09-03
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The Promised Land
They Love Each Other
Me And My Uncle
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Looks Like Rain
New Minglewood Blues
Friend Of The Devil
The Music Never Stopped
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World
Samson And Delilah
He's Gone ->
Not Fade Away ->
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|They Love Each Other|
|Me & My Uncle|
|Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo|
|Looks Like Rain *|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|Eyes Of The World ->|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|E: Terrapin Station|
Patch source used: SHNID 91230
AUD: Unknown mics > JVC KD-1636 portable cassette deck > Maxell UD-90's.
Patch source was compressed 2.4% to match speeds with Wagner recording.
Special thanks to Joe B. Jones for speed correcting both Wagner's recording and Stiegler's recording.
- 2008-08-10 07:50:59
- Master audience cassette played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding
- Englishtown, NJ
- 2 Sony ECM 270s> Sony TC-158
- Taped by
- Bob Wagner
- Transferred by
- David Minches
- Raceway Park
Subject: OK I was working this weekend
Subject: When Donna is on she's on
When her monitors were working she was on. During FOTD she is not over powering Jerry. Same during LLRain. During Music Never Stopped there was no over powering "there's a band out on the highway". She was on at this show and it adds to the effect. This isn't the only show she's on. So please cut back on the Donna bashing.
Subject: Original show was taped by WMMR-Philly
Later I took the tapes to WNEW, NY our sister station and they broadcast them too.
Considering a Cassette tape source this is really good quality. Note* the turn around, taping to broadcast was so quick, I didn't have time to edit the 'tuning' segments. But Hell, it's the Grateful Dead!
F. Paul Fuhr WMMR '76-79'
Subject: does it live up to the hype
Subject: Great show!
Subject: Left leaning
Subject: THE BEST AUD FOR THIS SHOW
5 star show, 3.5 star recording.
Subject: listen at this
FANTASTIC!!! OVER 250thousand people,we was jammed and jammin and just lovin every bit of that blond lid from boston thanks RAY...
Subject: The first I ever heard and still the best
Subject: um, kind of an epic show.
Subject: helicopter in FOTDevil
Subject: Real Live Boots
Comparing one show to another, or one era to another is not what it's about. Before the post coma years there were many highs and lows, and this legacy is one big symphony for all of us to enjoy. Like JG used to say, it's not the last note, but the next.
We are extremely lucky to have this treasure trove, and even luckier to have participated in this adventure, regardless of when and where we got on or off the bus.
This show was historic for many reasons....loads of people descended on Englishtown this day, missed it myself, a bit b4 my time, but it caught my attention, and remains a personal favorite, it's got that ragged but right quality which is when the Dead were at their best, warts and all or so said Phil so many roads ago.
There was nothing like a Grateful Dead Show. Godspeed to Mr. Garcia on this the 14th Jerry Week. Peace to all heads, living and Dead!
Subject: first show
Subject: Excellent Sound
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